Op 29 september organiseren het Erasmus Huis, Tong Tong Fair en DutchCulture het muzikale programma Tong Tong meets Erasmus Huis Jakarta.
The third edition of the Dutch-Russian museum conference Sustainable Dialogues 2021 brings together professionals from the museums and heritage field.
The cultural season opened in Poland, and there is a particularly rich harvest for the Dutch film sector.
Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf is exhibiting his work at KYOTOGRAPHIE, the annual international photography festival taking place in Kyoto.
The 'One Square Meter Berber' project by Mina Abouzahra that was planned for 2020, will be exhibited in Amsterdam from 16 to 26 September 2021.
Arts Map, a digital platform aiming to establish international ties in the fields of arts and culture, has launched its first open call.
Working together with a cultural or creative professional based outside the European Union? This article explains the entry ban and the exemptions in place.
The latest edition of our Cultural Mobility Funding Guide 2021-2022 is out! Read more about funding for artistic projects in or outside the Netherlands.
The Creative Europe programme has just entered a new seven year period. What does Europe want with this programme?
Dutch artist Henry Alles contributed to an exhibition about the future of Wales, to be seen online until 19 December.
What have Dutch artists achieved together with Belgian partners? What do the numbers reveal about the impact of the pandemic on the international activities?
What have Dutch artists achieved together with German partners? What do the numbers reveal about the impact of the pandemic on the international activities?
The VR experience by Anna Abrahams and Avinash Changa is officially selected for the prestigious 78th Venice International Film Festival from 1-11 September.
On 22 August, the Norwegian-Dutch coproduction 'Dragon Girl' won an Amanda Award for Best Visual Effects.
The next deadline of the Matching Fund is 10 October 2021.
#CulturalDealEU and artist Jett Rebel plea for appropriate support for the cultural sector in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
What have Dutch artists achieved together with Chinese partners? What do the numbers reveal about the impact of the pandemic on the international activities?
On 1 September we reflect on the experiences of this visual study on Tangiers with artists, urbanists and curators who were part of the project.
This page provides information about the effects of COVID-19 on working with countries that are part of the Netherlands' International Cultural Policy.
The Dutch Foundation for Literature and the Dutch Embassy in Berlin present the new podcast 'Kopje Koffie'.